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Hay powers Phoenix to win over Junction City

PHOENIX — Quarterback Tristan Hay ran for three touchdowns, and Phoenix withstood a 23-point third quarter by Junction City to defeat the Tigers, 30-23, in nonconference football Friday.

Hay’s final score, a 1-yard  run in the fourth, proved to be the difference as the Pirates improved to 2-0.

Hay had TD scampers of 32 and 14 yards in the first half as Phoenix opened a 17-0 lead at the break. The senior carried 12 times for 86 yards and completed 14 of 22 passes for 151 yards.

The Pirates’ other touchdown came from Justin Knight, whose 15 yard score helped him to 110 rushing yards on 16 carries.

Tyler Hague caught five passes for 25 yards in the win, and teammate Ty Mahaffey had three catches for 56 yards.

Phoenix had 380 yards total offense, and kicker Tony Bazan made a 24-yard field goal and three extra points.

Junction City 0 0 23 0 — 23

Phoenix 7 10 6 7 — 30

P — Hay 32 run (Bazan kick)

P — Hay 14 run (Bazan kick)

P — FG Bazan 24

JC — Brown 37 run (Brown run)

P — Knight 15 run (Knight pass from Herrick)

JC — Rogers 67 run (Rogers kick)

JC — Rogers 23 pass from McClintock (Rogers run)

P — Hay 1 run (Bazan kick)

NORTH VALLEY 30, SOUTH UMPQUA 24: At Tri City, North Valley senior running back Jordan Hannah scored his third touchdown in overtime to give the Knights their first win of season.

Hannah's deciding score was a 14-yard reception from quarterback Robbie Stalford.

Hannah also had first-quarter TD runs of 24 and 44 yards.

Stalford also had a 60-yard scoring strike to Aaron Hobgood in the fourth quarter.

North Valley 16 0 0 8 6 — 30

South Umpqua 0 6 0 18 0 — 24

NV — Hannah 24 pass from Stalford (Brosio kick)

NV — Hannah 44 run (run failed)

NV — FG Brosio 26

SU — Merritt 4 run (pass failed)

SU — Everett 10 pass from Johnson (Merritt pass from Johnson)

SU — FG Buehler 27

NV — A. Hobgood 60 pass from Stalford (Hannah pass from Stalford)

SU — Rigsby 20 pass from Johnson (Buehler kick)

NV — Hannah 14 pass from Stalford (kick blocked)

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 28, PLEASANT HILL 20: Cascade Christian scored 16 unanswered points and held Pleasant Hill scoreless in the second half during nonleague action at U.S. Cellular.

Junior Chase Wager had 10 carries for 123 yards and senior Dante Olson rushed seven times for 78 yards and a touchdown and recorded three receptions for 44 yards for the Challengers (2-0), who struggled to contain Tyler Kinman in the first half — he ran for three second-quarter scores.

Cascade Christian’s Treyson Robbins carried the ball 15 carries for 31 yards and a TD and quarterback Alec Furst completed 10 of 23 passes for 105 yards and a TD. He finished off the scoring with an 8-yard run.

Olson made 13 tackles and forced a fumble, while Tyler Moore had eight tackles and a sack, Wager six tackles and Brandon Winter two sacks.

Pleasant Hill 0 20 0 0 — 20

Cascade Christian 6 6 9 7 — 28

CC — Cochran 8 pass from Furst (kick failed)

PH — Kinman 21 run (kick failed)

PH — Kinman 48 run (run failed)

PH — Kinman 1 run (run failed)

CC — Olson 4 run (pass failed)

PH — Safety (tackle in end zone)

CC — Safety (punt snap into end zone)

CC — Robbins 1 run (Thomas kick)

CC — Furst 8 run (Thomas kick)

ST. MARY’S 53, RIDDLE 33: At Riddle, St. Mary’s senior quarterback Denten Edwards rushed for 82 yards and three touchdowns on seven carries and junior running back Spencer Cox rumbled for 151 yards and two scores on six attempts in nonleague action.

Spencer McCabe rushed four times for 44 yards and two touchdowns for the Crusaders (2-0), who led 39-6 at halftime.

Edwards was 4 of 6 passing for 92 yards and a touchdown, including a 3-yard TD throw to Ty Mulholland.

Tanner Smith and Cox both made interceptions.

St. Mary’s 13 26 14 0 — 53

Riddle 0 6 14 13 — 33

GLIDE 53, ROGUE RIVER 0: At Glide, Glide cruised to a 40-0 lead by halftime in the nonleague contest to drop Rogue River to 0-2 in independent play.

ILLINOIS VALLEY 35, BROOKINGS-HARBOR 20: At Cave Junction, Illinois Valley rolled to its second win in as many games, downing Brooking-Harbor in nonconference play.

DAYS CREEK 50, PROSPECT 34: At Days Creek, Prospect senior running back Will Hatley rushed for 196 yards and three touchdowns on 26 carries and made four catches for 73 yards and a score in nonleague action.

The Cougars (1-1) tied the game at 34 on Hatley’s 13-yard TD run in the fourth before Days Creek scored 16 unanswered points.

Prospect quarterback Darren Stillwagon went 14-for-36 for 182 yards and a score. He rushed 10 times for 73 yards and a touchdown.

Roo Driskell had 65 rushing yards on nine attempts and made six catches for 78 yards.

Days Creek QB Colton Fuller threw six touchdown passes: three to Jed Hays and three to Sean Orrison.

Prospect 6 6 8 14 — 34

Days Creek 8 14 12 16 — 50

DC — Hays 75 pass from Fuller (Fuller run)

P — Stillwagon 48 run (run failed)

P — Hatley 45 run (pass failed)

DC — Hays 5 pass from Fuller (pass failed)

DC — Orrison 35 pass from Fuller (Stever pass from Fuller)

P — Hatley 35 pass from Stillwagon (Hatley pass from Stillwagon)

DC — Orrison 65 pass from Fuller (pass failed)

DC — Orrison 15 pass from Fuller (pass failed)

P — Hatley 15 run (pass failed)

P — Hatley 13 run (Gaines pass from Stillwagon)

DC — Hays 25 pass from Fuller (Hays pass from Fuller)

DC — Hays 30 run (Whetzel pass from Fuller)